As with flashy benefits, the IT team needs to seek new promising solutions to increase productivity, help with every part of our work and, ultimately, make the employees’ lives easier. However, the very solutions that are supposed to improve employee experience can be counterproductive and overshadow the most important task – getting the job done.
Posts by Rick Goud:
As with the famous hybrid car, your organisation can communicate with the standards of the future, but you can also fall back on old standards – in this case, email – if the process requires you to be backward compatible.
Users simply want to communicate in an effortless way, while the innovation is driven “under the hood” as much as possible.